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[forums]Grateful Dead, 1974 Compilation (Part 4 of 4)
Posted by JoeKolby on Dec 10, 2014 6:20pm into GratefulDead
Since July of 2013, I’ve been combing through the Grateful Dead’s performances from 1974. This is the final segment of a four part series. Below are links to the 72 minute sampler, and the fourth installment. These compilations are designed to touch on all facets – classic jams, audience recordings, overlooked gems, sound checks, etc. – while still sensitive to officially released material. In 1974, Dark Star and The Other One were being phased out as Set II centerpieces......

[forums]turning 62 got meloncohly
Posted by leftwinger57 on Nov 2, 2014 2:41pm into GratefulDead
So to show this is a no dementia zone I will try to list the bands I have seen and possibly the venues also.This will take some time.CP=Central Park-F.E.= Fillmore East 1.Jefferson Airplane--Bandshell C.P--F.E.-S.U.N.Y.NewPaltz 2.Allman Brothers--F.E.-Roosevelt Stadium 3.Asleep at the Wheel--club in S.F 4.Joan Baez--B.X. CC 5.The Band --F.E.-Roosevelt Staduim-Oakland Colosium 6.Beach Boys--Oakland Colosium-Oakland Arena 7.Jeff Beck-F.E.3x w/ rod stewart and nickey hopkins and w/o 8.Chuck Berry-S......

[forums]Best Show of 1984 - The 1984 Project (still late, but not as late as 10/5)
Posted by Mandojammer on Oct 7, 2014 6:39am into GratefulDead
I graded this as the Best show of 1984, narrowly beating out 6/27/84 - Merriweather Post and 7/13/84 - Greek Theatre. This show won Best of the Year primarily because of the sum of its parts. Every tune was solid and well played and the setlist flowed from one tune to the next almost seamlessly. Playin' in the Band and Space Reprise were graded as Stand outs for the Year. China Doll was graded as an All Time Great version. 46......

[forums]Grateful Dead, 1974 Compilation (Part 3 of 4)
Posted by JoeKolby on Sep 18, 2014 7:30pm into GratefulDead
Since July of 2013, I’ve been combing through the Grateful Dead’s performances from 1974. This is the third of a four part series, with the final segment arriving in the fall. Below are links to the 72 minute sampler, and the third six-hour installment. These compilations are designed to touch on all facets – classic jams, audience recordings, overlooked gems, sound checks, etc. – while still sensitive to officially released material. A good chunk of this collection is dedicated......

[forums]the death
Posted by chris phillips on Sep 8, 2014 9:00am into GratefulDead
1/26/69 5/2/70 5/15/70 6/24/70 "7/12/70" 11/8/70 5/23/72 9/27/72 9/2/80 This post was modified by chris phillips on 2014-09-08 16:00:00...

[forums]Re: 5/22/77 4 Garcia songs in a row . Other examples ?
Posted by merryjerry1 on Sep 3, 2014 2:53am into GratefulDead
To the extent that these are all Garcia songs, from Dick's Picks 11 (9/27/72, Stanley Theatre, Jersey City, NJ) here is a 4 song stretch: Ramble On Rose, Dark Star-> Cumberland Blues, Attics Of My Life Take care, merryjerry...

[forums]Re: PD Dispute
Posted by Moongleam on Jul 29, 2014 8:05am into feature_films
I fed most of the titles from their site to my program. British films may be copyrighted even if no renewal is found in the U.S. // APOLOGY FOR MURDER // 1945 // -------------- 1973-A.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1973-B.txt -------------- 0.000 R557A32. Apology for murder. By P. R. c. Pic- tures. Inc. 7 reels. (C) 27Sep45; L13574. National Telefilm Associates, Inc......

[forums]Grateful Dead, 1974 Compilation (Part 2 of 4)
Posted by JoeKolby on Jul 19, 2014 7:42am into GratefulDead
….to honor the 40th anniversary of the Grateful Dead's gig from Fresno, CA, we present Steel Cut Oats, Volume 11, Part 2 of 4. Since July of 2013, I’ve been combing through the Grateful Dead’s performances from 1974. This is the second of a four part series, the others will arrive in late summer and into the fall. Below are links to a 72 minute sampler, and the second installment. The final product will be four six-hour compilations touching on all facets – classic jams, audience......

[forums]Grateful Dead, 1974 Compilation (Part 2 of 4)
Posted by JoeKolby on Jul 19, 2014 7:42am into GratefulDead
….to honor the 40th anniversary of the Grateful Dead's gig from Fresno, CA, we present Steel Cut Oats, Volume 11, Part 2 of 4. Since July of 2013, I’ve been combing through the Grateful Dead’s performances from 1974. This is the second of a four part series, the others will arrive in late summer and into the fall. Below are links to a 72 minute sampler, and the second installment. The final product will be four six-hour compilations touching on all facets – classic jams, audience......

[forums]Re: Dave's 11 anyone ?
Posted by BVD on Jul 10, 2014 2:48pm into GratefulDead
Not a bad pick. Personally i'd like to hear 9/28/72 all cleaned up. I was in attendance at those three shows at the Stanley Theatre and 9/26 and 9/28 stand in the shadow of 9/27 (Dick's Picks 11)Either way it's hard to go wrong w/fall 72....

[forums]Re: Need some recommendations please
Posted by Go Faster, Get Rounder on Jun 20, 2014 1:21pm into GratefulDead
Well, I have a couple recommendations for you. For all of these, however, you need to download them (e.g., from a bit torrent client using links to the shows from Etree), put them on CD, and play them back on a conventional stereo capable of reproducing bass well below 40 hz. Play these LOUD. I really and truly mean LOUD. I like seeing music live best, but if I am not seeing it live, I like playing back live music at high volume......

[forums]Grateful Dead, 1974 Compilation (Part 1 of 4)
Posted by JoeKolby on Jun 2, 2014 5:19pm into GratefulDead
Since July of 2013, I’ve been combing through the Grateful Dead’s performances from 1974. This is the first of a four part series, the others will be coming throughout the summer and fall. Below are links to the 72 minute sampler, and the first six-hour installment. The final product will be four six-hour compilations touching on all facets – classic jams, audience recordings, overlooked gems, sound checks, etc......

[forums]Re: Best shows by member
Posted by Lou Davenport on May 11, 2014 12:08pm into GratefulDead
Tom Constanten's best show was probably in summer 69. That anyway is when he was most ambitious in his playing, though one could argue whether or not it was successful. Maybe 8-30-69, but I'd have to listen to those shows again to make up my mind. For me, the best show in his era would be 2-28-69. Brian Wilson's best Dead show was 4-27-71. Phil had some very strong shows in 74-77 (6-9-76 for example), but I don't think he was on as consistently as 72-73, and of those two years I'd give the nod......

[forums]Re: Dave's Thelma pick
Posted by BVD on May 7, 2014 10:41pm into GratefulDead
Ihave only listened to the bonus disc and disc one from 12/12 as well. As it's been said the bonus disc is standard fare w the interesting twist that is Cumberland. It's okay but for a more far-out high energy performance check out 9/27/72 D.S.>Cumberland. 12/12 first disc sounds like the fellas were buying reds five for a dollarzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz...

[forums]Re: 1972 Melodic Jams
Posted by fondo213 on Mar 25, 2014 7:09am into GratefulDead
First, thanks for all the good listening and writing you do. Really adds to my explorations of "the catalog". Not sure if this meets the criteria, primarily because it's not at the end of this particular Dark Star. Sept 10, 1972 On this recording... https://archive.org/details/gd72-09-10.sbd.winters.17690.sbeok.shnf ....there's a theme that starts at about 7:15. Phil and Billy lead it off, Weir joins in, then Keith and finally Jerry......

[forums]Re: more info about Ampex
Posted by Monte B Cowboy on Mar 10, 2014 8:03am into GratefulDead
hey, Ampex freaks! Thank You for my job security and my Freedom!My story is dedicated to Jerry Garcia!This story is a freaked-out, hippie-essay about my funky electronics career!- Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001) -What are "The Dead Community's hippie-roots"? This was discussed and explained in 1967 by Jer, Phil, Bobby and Ramrod. The Dead's 'Hippie Temptation film clip' is a 7-minute-long "mockumentary news package" that was produced by Harry Reasoner for CBS News. Jerry describes the Grateful Dead ......

[forums]Help with my personal "best shows" project
Posted by dream and lie on Feb 4, 2014 5:01pm into GratefulDead
Hey all. For a while, I've been trying to come up with a list of top dead shows that meet the following requirements: 1) A representative show from each distinct stylistic period. 2) An excellent version of each major set piece song. 3) Only consistently excellent shows. 4) If possible, no more than one show per period. Unfortunately, I just don't know enough about certain eras, and so I'd appreciate any advice/recommendations......

[forums]History of Early Playing in the Band Seques
Posted by Dave Davis on Nov 6, 2013 9:47am into GratefulDead
Early Evolution of Playing in the Band Seques 10-18-72 Fox Playin->Drums->Dark Star->morning Dew->Playin 6-9-73 RFK He's Gone->Truckin'->Playin 10-21-73 Omaha Playin->Half step->Big River->Playin 10-27-73 Indianapolis Playin->Half step->Big River->Playin 11-1-73 McGaw Playin'->Uncle John->Playin 11-10-73 Winterland Playin->Uncle John->Morning Dew->Uncle John->Playin 11-17-73 UCLA Playin->Uncle John->Morning Dew->Uncle John->Playin 11-21-73 Denver Playin->El Paso->Playin->Wharf->Playin->D......

[forums]Jerry Garcia Interview Links, Updated
Posted by light into ashes on Aug 1, 2013 5:06pm into GratefulDead
A couple years ago, I put together a list of Garcia interviews available online. A lot of the links have gone dead, and some more stuff has been added, so I revised the list & here's the new edition. Of course, it's a work in progress and there's stuff missing, so any more additions will be welcome! July '64 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eJfdPThgD4 (Mother McCree's interview) Summer ’67 - http://www.archive.org/details/gd1967-XX-XX.sbd.bershaw.5419.shnf (Audio) 10/11/70 - http://www......

[forums]Dead Films Up To 1974, Updated
Posted by light into ashes on Aug 1, 2013 1:48am into GratefulDead
A few years ago I made a list of the available filmed pre-'75 Dead shows. It's high time to update it, since a lot of footage has come out since then, so here is the revised edition, with links. The main goal in posting this is in case anyone has more updates or corrections that I've missed! The earliest film of the Dead we have is from the Acid Test video, which I think is silent footage from 12/18/65 with sound from the 1/8/66 show, along with lots of prankster stuff......

[forums]The Other One Timings 1986-1995
Posted by light into ashes on Jun 24, 2013 12:51pm into GratefulDead
1986 – 12 Shows 2-9-86 He's Gone > Smokestack > Comes a Time > Drums [8:06] > Space [4:21] > The Other One [6:20] > Wharf Rat > A&A > Good Lovin 3-23-86 He's Gone > Spoonful > Drums [11:47] > Space [7:24] > The Other One [6:43] > Comes a Time > Good Lovin [AUD] 4-3-86 Uncle John > Playing > Don’t Need Love > Drums [8:35] > Space [6:00] > The Other One [6:47] > Wharf Rat > A&A > NFA 4-12-86 Estimated > Eyes > Drums > Space > Truckin’ [5:38] > The Other One [5:14] > Wharf Rat > Saturday Nig......

[forums]The Other One Timings 1967-1975
Posted by light into ashes on Jun 24, 2013 12:47pm into GratefulDead
This is a list of timings for all the Other Ones we have on tape. The timings are based on deadlists, but with many corrections from the Archive copies which tend to be more accurate. They should be taken as approximate, since the exact timing depends on the tapespeed. (AUD timings can be particularly tricky.) Corrections of egregious mistimings are welcome, though! A longer explanation of these timings is at the end. This list was mainly done by Uncle Judas of the Transitive Axis forum. # in ......

[forums]wiki
Posted by RBNW....new and improved! on May 29, 2013 7:12pm into GratefulDead
Louie Louie" is an American rock 'n' roll song written by Richard Berry in 1955 and best known for the 1963 hit version by The Kingsmen. It has become a standard in pop and rock, with hundreds of versions recorded by different artists. The song was originally written and performed in the style of a Jamaican ballad. It tells, in simple verse–chorus form, the first-person story of a Jamaican sailor returning to the island to see his lady love. The Kingsmen's edition was the subject of an FBI in......

[forums]the facts?
Posted by RBNW....new and improved! on May 9, 2013 3:54pm into GratefulDead
the facts Jerry garcia. Undeniably one of the most well known men in the history of rock 'n' roll. Both his image and his music are instantly recognizable to people the world over.And while the truely remarkable events and details of Jerry's life have been recorded over the years by fans and critics alike,there are some facts that are known only by the most dedicated garcia followers.We bet there are some facts that you just may not have known!!!!! 1......

[forums]Re: TDIH Barton Hall 1977
Posted by deadhead53 on May 8, 2013 6:03pm into GratefulDead
To say that someone needs to be booted off this board because they think 5/8/77 is overrated is kind of ridiculous. I think it is overrated from the point that so many people talk about as the best. I personally love the show but to I don't even think it is one of the top 5 best shows they ever did. For me, 4/29/71 is the best, then Veneta 72 is up there, throw in some of those Europe shows, 9/27/72 from the Stanley, 3/1/69 from the winter land, many of the 73 shows as well......

[forums]Re: Me and My Uncle > Here Comes Sunshine > November 17th, 1973 > Pauley Pavilion UCLA
Posted by user unknown on Feb 28, 2013 9:13am into GratefulDead
Jerry's guitar and jacket match pix taken either 9/26/72 or 9/27/72 at the Stanley Theater, Jersey City. He's wearing a leather jacket in pix from 9/28/72. There is also a picture form '73 with Jerry in the same jacket, but playing a different guitar. This post was modified by user unknown on 2013-02-28 17:13:59...

[forums]Re: I think we were Due for this.
Posted by jerlouvis on Feb 7, 2013 10:28am into GratefulDead
Considering how many times it was performed I'm hard pressed to find very many extraordinary versions due to the fact that they hacked it up most every time they played it,and usually not just a clam here and there but egregious errors both musical and vocal.Here are a few that I find interesting. http://archive.org/details/gd69-04-12.sbd.cotsman.14914.sbeok.shnf http://archive.org/details/gd1977-04-27.sbd.braverman.7799.shnf http://archive.org/details/gd1980-09-02.sbd.miller.tetzeli.patch-28......

[forums]Re: Sweet "I wish I was a headlight"s?
Posted by ffrriittzz on Jan 19, 2013 10:48pm into GratefulDead
Oh man, I am with you on this. I have, on occasion, re-wound (or its digital equivalent) that line to listen to over and over. A good one is Dick's Picks, Vol. 11: Stanley Theater, 9/27/72 The "I" on the second "I wish I was a headlight..." is pure emotion. This post was modified by ffrriittzz on 2013-01-20 06:48:26...

[forums]Departures
Posted by micah6vs8 on Dec 31, 2012 11:52am into GratefulDead
Patience Abbe- 87, March 17 | Best-selling child author at age 11 (Around the World in Eleven Years) and as a teen. Ian Abercrombie-77, Jan. 26 | Actor who played Mr. Pitt (Elaine’s boss) on Seinfeld, and had many other roles. Irving Adler-99, Sept. 22 | Teacher and author of more than 85 books who made the wonders and complexities of science understandable for children. Neil Armstrong- 82, Aug......

[forums]Re: PITB
Posted by clementinescaboose on Dec 8, 2012 1:15am into GratefulDead
Most of my favorite Playin's come from late '72/early '73: 8/21/72 8/27/72 9/10/72 10/26/72 11/18/72 February '73 has an outstanding run of PITB: 2/22/73 2/24/73 2/26/73 *(all in my top 10)* 3/16/73 is awesome and really unique '74 has some outstanding versions, most already mentioned: 2/24/74 3/23/74 5/21/74 7/19/74 But 8/4/74's might just be my favorite ever, the boys get into some furioulsy intense acid jazz-fusion...although 8/6/74 is just as excellent, perhaps even more jazz fusion i......

[forums]Re: Interesting New Reviewer
Posted by Dudley Dead on Nov 16, 2012 1:48pm into GratefulDead
The problem is that his ratting system is relevant to only his system . Truthfully , the star system , or the letter grade is a little too limited . The 100 point system ( Clif used it for his E72 overview ) I think is better . With the latest Dylan album, I made a list of his albums, , and rated them both by #, and by groups , sort of letter grades . The groups I think are secure, but I could easily switch them around within the groups ......

[forums]The Playin' Palindromes
Posted by light into ashes on Nov 7, 2012 2:46am into GratefulDead
In honor of 11/17/73 being selected for the next official release, I thought I’d post a few words on the famous Playin’ in the Band palindrome the Dead played just a few times – Playin’>Uncle John>Morning Dew>UJB reprise>Playin’ reprise – and how it fit in with the Playin’ medleys they started doing that fall. Our story starts a year earlier in 1972, with the first Playin’ medley: 10/18/72 Playin’>drums>Dark Star>Morning Dew>Playin’ By late ’72, Playin’ was appearing ......

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Posted by Jilly9 on Nov 4, 2012 3:31pm into opensource
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Posted by Jilly9 on Oct 23, 2012 3:07pm into opensource
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[forums]Re: has the novelty worn off ?
Posted by Reade on Oct 13, 2012 11:21am into GratefulDead
Maybe 'complex' is the wrong word? Whatever the reason is for some people preferring July-Dec.'72 to the first half is the word I was looking for. (Wasn't trying to compare it to other eras, like '69 for example). The subtlety, nuance,... dynamics.... of a piece like the Dark Star from 9/27/72 I don't hear in the Spring performances. The ensemble playing, the soloing, the way it can get so quiet, and at other times so raucous! Amazing stuff. Spring '72 Dead to me is a good wine that needs to st......

[forums]Re: Favorite year and show?
Posted by user unknown on Oct 11, 2012 7:31am into GratefulDead
Favorite year is dependent on many factors and changes often Favorite show is almost as bad and sometimes I fall into the old cliche, "The one I'm listening to". However there are some that I always seem to pull out more than others. Partial list: ??/??/66-Avalon Ballroom (Vintage Dead & Historic Dead) 3/1/69-Fillmore West 5/2/70_Harpur College(acoustic set) 4/29/71-Fillmore East 8/27/72-Veneta 9/24/94-Berkeley Community Theater(Phil & Friends) 7/9/95-Soldier Field...

[forums]Re: Online chat with David Lemieux in 30 minutes
Posted by light into ashes on Oct 5, 2012 9:01pm into GratefulDead
After watching this, I thought I'd add a few comments on things not mentioned... I liked the chat - obviously there are limitations; for one, Lemieux is at the mercy of the questions submitted (not too many lame ones here, though) - more importantly, he will not say what is going to be released. I'm not sure why he's so excited about 9/24/76 since I think there are several better '76 shows left........

[forums]Re: Wow, Check Out This Bear Tape
Posted by rdenirojb87 on Sep 27, 2012 3:38am into GratefulDead
Yea, I was also thinking that it sounds like a board. Haven't heard any other auds like that from the early '70s, other than 8/6/71. It also isn't available for download, like a board. You'll give it a spin? Are you unfamiliar with this show? It's one of the strongest shows of fall '72. Only topped by 8/27 and 9/21 imo. One of the best damn shows I've ever heard actually. It gets 99 points dude! Bob's rhythm playing is top notch, as is everyone else's......

[forums]Re: Wow, Check Out This Bear Tape
Posted by BVD on Sep 26, 2012 10:13pm into GratefulDead
Nice three nite run at The Stanley Theatre in Jersey City that I was fortunate to attend. All three shows are excellent-9/27/72 is D.P. 11 and I believe the D.S.>Cumberland is the one and only time played. Sept. 72, hard to beat!...

[forums]Jack Straw – A Select Review
Posted by snow_and_rain on Sep 26, 2012 10:52am into GratefulDead
Jack Straw – A Select Review After reading various Jack Straw threads here, I went through and listened to lots of different versions -- including all of the recommended ones that I could find -- to identify which were my favorites. These are the notes I took along the way. Strangely, at the top of my list is a version that I've rarely heard any recommend. As of today, my favorite Jack Straw remains the amped up version from Campus Stadium in Santa Barbara on June 4, 1978 -- that's the show......

[forums]Re: Dark Star - 3rd Best of '72?
Posted by Cliff Hucker on Sep 12, 2012 9:54am into GratefulDead
Third best of 1972? That would obviously rank it among the very best renditions that the band has ever performed. It is a terrific Dark Star. Nice Phil solo followed by a very cool passage, and I like the very Twilight Zone-esque segment. But I'm not hearing developed enough thematic jamming to score this one that high. I would certainly rank 4/8/72 and 5/11/72 way ahead of this rendition and I think the Dark Stars performed on 4/14, 8/21 and 9/27 are better as well......

[forums]Dark Star - 3rd Best of '72?
Posted by rdenirojb87 on Sep 12, 2012 8:21am into GratefulDead
http://archive.org/details/gd1972-09-10.sbd.lai.5679.shnf This DS doesn't get the attention it deserves. My favorites change over time, but in a year chock full of amazing Dark Stars, this is currently my 3rd favorite of the year, behind 8/27 and 9/21. The Fall '72 versions of DS and PITB are in a class of their own. This post was modified by rdenirojb87 on 2012-09-12 15:21:46...

[forums]How Keith Joined
Posted by light into ashes on Sep 4, 2012 2:21am into GratefulDead
On September 17, 1971, Pigpen went into the hospital, seriously ill and near death. The Dead were faced with a dilemma - just a month later, a midwest tour was to start in Minneapolis. Would they go on without a keyboard player? The decision was made quickly. From September 28, we have our first tape of their rehearsals with Keith Godchaux. What happened in between? From the Dead's perspective, Godchaux came out of nowhere......

[forums]Marty Weinberg
Posted by light into ashes on Jul 13, 2012 6:38am into GratefulDead
PROLOGUE Tape collector Harvey Lubar got to meet Marty Weinberg in late 1972. By that time, Weinberg was already famed for his tapes – he was “known as the Legendary Marty, and his tapes as Marty Tapes.” In fact, Lubar used his collection of Weinberg’s tapes to start the Hell’s Honkies Tape Club, one of the first Dead tape exchanges, through which he met other tapers like Jerry Moore & Les Kippel......

[forums]Re: how many guests 'sitting in ''
Posted by Dhamma1 on Jul 7, 2012 5:44pm into GratefulDead
Our resident historian put the following list together three years ago. It's easier to paste it from my files than to search the forum for the link (never mastered the IA search interface): Poster: light into ashes Date: July 06, 2009 08:40:29am Forum: GratefulDead Subject: The Crowded Dead Stage 1967-1975 I've put together a list of all the guest appearances in the Dead's early shows. I don't know of a site that provides a listing like this, and it's likely that I've forgotten or le......

[forums]Re: another list -best shows ever
Posted by BVD on Jun 30, 2012 4:49pm into GratefulDead
The Beatles--8/66 at Shea. For the simple reason it was my first show and after all it was the Fab Four. Jimi Hedrix Experience. Thanksgiving 68. Avery Fisher Hall Rolling Stones. Thanksgiving 69 (Get Yer Ya Ya's Out) MSG Blind Faith. 69. MSG Grateful Dead. 12/5/71. Felt Forum Grateful Dead. 9/27/72. Stanley Theatre. Jersey City The Band/ Grateful Dead. Roosevelt Stadium. 8/1/73 Paul Mc Cartney. Arco Arena, Sacramento......

[forums]Three Set Shows
Posted by NYLifer on May 26, 2012 9:39am into GratefulDead
Probably been discussed before, but while listening today to 5/26/73 - Saturday, Kezar Stadium, San Francisco, CA I started to wonder how often this occurred, not counting NRPS or acoustic sets, nor where the 2nd set is only Seastones and this is what I came up with: 3 in 1972 3 in 1973 7 in 1974 The first one sounds like it was due to technical difficulties... 7/18/72 - Tuesday Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, NJ Tech Issues (6) Weir: We're gonna take a short break and fix the piano so that......

[forums]Re: 5/8/77
Posted by light into ashes on May 23, 2012 11:31pm into GratefulDead
The '83 list doesn't mean too much in today's terms because so many shows were not circulating yet, especially from the early years. There was hardly anything from '68-69 available. The list was compiled by several "leading tape collectors," including Bob Menke, Barry Glassberg, and David Gans. Jackson expanded the list considerably for his '92 book Goin' Down the Road, which better resembles what's available today......

[forums]Re: Delete items
Posted by totalnonsequitur on May 23, 2012 2:40pm into etree
could you please delete all of my posts? http://archive.org/details/TotalNon-sequiturEpisode58-Boxcar http://archive.org/details/TotalNon-sequiturEpisode24-Acknowledgement http://archive.org/details/TotalNon-sequiturEpisode28-Help http://archive.org/details/TotalNon-sequiturEpisode19-Carousel http://archive.org/details/TotalNon-sequiturOtg2-Garmonbozia http://archive.org/details/TotalNon-sequiturOtg3-Giggles http://archive.org/details/TotalNon-sequiturEpisode18-Oven http://archive.org/details/T......

[forums]Re: live album advice for a youngen...
Posted by unclejohn52 on Apr 23, 2012 8:59am into GratefulDead
Welcome LH - yes, the amount of material available can be overwhelming, but that's the beauty of it. Can't think of another band with this kind of legacy. As a newcomer, it might be advisable to acquaint yourself with music from all eras - although most of us have our preferences, it's up to you to explore. This band has a large body of work after playing for 30 years. Before laying down any more hard cash, consider all the resources available, and get a feeling for what you like......

[forums]Re: Design Contest for the Grateful Dead Online Game
Posted by AltheaRose on Apr 9, 2012 5:00am into GratefulDead
There are a bunch of really neat images there. Can you vote for more than one? I like a bunch, but haven't picked a favorite yet ... I'm hoping I can vote more than once :-) Skobud, I like your skull with the snowflake; I like that one better than the Warhol effect, mainly cuz I don't think they'd have used a Warhol-ish poster in '70, though I could be wrong. (Guess I'm a Psychedelic Art Purist, LOL......

[forums]Re: Top shows to eat acid to?
Posted by BVD on Mar 21, 2012 6:51am into GratefulDead
9/27/72--D.P 11. If you want to go more intense--8/1/73...

[forums]Re: Jamming into Cumberland Blues?
Posted by BVD on Feb 17, 2012 7:03am into GratefulDead
The 9/27/72 Dark Star into Cumberland sounds as if they did it hundreds of times, this is the only time they were paired like this. Great stuff!...

[forums]LovingTheClassics.com
Posted by Moongleam on Feb 16, 2012 12:46am into feature_films
To get an idea of what percentage of their movies are PD, I researched the 25 movies found here. // ZOO IN BUDAPEST // 1933 // -------------- 1961-A.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1961-B.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1960-A.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1960-B.txt -------------- 0.000 ZOO IN BUDAPEST, a photoplay In nine reels by Fox Film Corp......

[forums]Re: Top 17 Shows?
Posted by dupree413 on Jan 14, 2012 6:07pm into GratefulDead
I respect this list - and the idea of this list, which probaby could spark more discussions than any political issue, at least with Dead Heads. But, 30 years of touring - Pigpen, TC, Keith, Keith and Donna, Brent, Vince. I mean right there are 5 people (not including Hornsby) who came and left. I think the list has to include the highs and the lows - not lows in terms of poor shows, but lows when the band seemed most fragile. Here are mine: 8/27/72 12/12/73 10/20/74 6/3/76 5/7/77 9/3/77 9/2/8......

[forums]Re: a few movies in question ...
Posted by Moongleam on Dec 8, 2011 2:06am into feature_films
// BORN TO BATTLE // 1935 // -------------- 1963-A.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1963-B.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1962-A.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1962-B.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1964-A.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1964-B.txt -------------- [No matches.] // THE MONSTER AND THE APE // 1945 // -------------- 1973-A.txt ------------......

[forums]Re: Oct.-Dec 69'
Posted by light into ashes on Dec 5, 2011 11:46pm into GratefulDead
An interesting post! I'll also be focusing more on this period in a post next year - at the moment, I don't have much time to comment so I'll just make a few minor, random points. My highlights list would be quite different from yours so I won't get into that... Aside from the shift to more country-rock songs, these months also see a shift towards more straight-rock songs, with NFA and Dancing and Mason's getting added to the sets......

[forums]Re: a few movies in question ...
Posted by oldbones on Dec 3, 2011 6:52am into feature_films
No Renewals; A Year From Today (1929) Journey's End (1930) Count of The Old Town, The (1935) Walpurgis Night (1935) Mayerling (1936) A Woman's Face (1938) Laddie (1940) ----------------------------------------- On the renewals don't forget to check for a valid notice. Renewed; UP THE RIVER, a photoplay in ten reels by Fox Film Corp. © l6Sep30; L1598- Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH); 310ct57; R201140. HIS WOMAN, a photoplay in eight reels by Paramount Publlx Corp. © 24N0V31......

[forums]Re: Help please! Show recommendations
Posted by BVD on Nov 28, 2011 6:28pm into GratefulDead
DP11 9/27/72 another stand out performance with a Dew opener and a one time only Dark Star>>Cumberland Blues. This show is one of three nights at the Stanley Theatre in Jersey City. Check out the other two shows as well 9/26 and 9/28 available here for streaming....

[forums]Re: The Amazing B.K.
Posted by wineland on Oct 8, 2011 7:13pm into GratefulDead
This year I saw 7 Walkers at the Oregon Country Fair at the Veneta Fairgrounds (yes, the 8.27.72 Veneta location). I was super impressed by BK and his band-mates. Terrific show. Just wish it was up on the Archive. Fun time with my kids and wife. Micah - being a bluegrass lover you might want to tune into our local station from 9-Noon Pacific on Saturdays. Noon-2 is GD & Friends. Today is their fundraiser until midnight tonight and the emphasis is on Friends of GD......

[forums]Re: Are these PD?
Posted by Moongleam on Oct 7, 2011 11:43pm into feature_films
Let's check their 1930--1949 movies for renewals. // KING OF GAMBLERS // 1937 // -------------- 1965-A.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1965-B.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1964-A.txt -------------- 0.000 KING OF GAMBLERS, a photoplay In eight reels by Paramount Pictures, \x95 (C) l6Apr37; L7103. Emka, division of MCA, Inc. (PWH); 28Apr64; R336879. -------------- 1964-B.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 196......

[forums]Did LSD influence the screenwriter's, actor's and filmaker's of the 70's ?
Posted by dark.starz on Oct 7, 2011 9:39pm into GratefulDead
Best Movies of the 1970's' - One persons opinion! 100.) Patton (70) Director: Franklin Schaffner George C. Scott I find this movie fascinating more for George C. Scott's performance than the actual movie and it is a superb and brilliant performance. 99.) Jesus Christ Superstar (73) Director: Norman Jewison The first musical from the 70's on my list. I first watched this in Brother Sean's religion class at Carmel High......

[forums]Re: Favorite Fall 1972 Show
Posted by derf315 on Sep 26, 2011 8:36pm into GratefulDead
9/28 is perhaps my favorite show. It is always in my top 5 and never fails to deliver. The fact that there is an exceptional soundboard out there helps as well. This was one of the first shows I taped from the radio!!! I came in from an early lunch at boarding school and turned on the local college radio station. ( sorry, can't remember the station) Some kid at the local college in Maine had a slot every Thursday or so around lunch and played this beauty......

[forums]Re: TDIH
Posted by rdenirojb87 on Sep 23, 2011 9:32am into GratefulDead
love this show. they were playing some of their best music ever in the latter part of '72. i can't tell you how many times i've listened to the Stanley Theatre shows 9-26, 9-27, and 9-28. and 8-27 veneta oregon, is one the greatest shows ever played. and don't forget about 8-21 at the berkeley theatre. also love the fox theatre shows in oct. you really can't go wrong with anything from around this time......

[forums]Gay definitively defined and copiously quoted
Posted by robthewordsmith on Sep 10, 2011 11:19am into GratefulDead
gay, adj., adv., and n. A. adj. 1. Noble; beautiful; excellent, fine. †a. Chiefly poet. As a conventional epithet of praise for a woman. Cf. free adj. 3. Obs. c1325 in G. L. Brook Harley Lyrics (1968) 49 Heo is‥graciouse, stout, ant gay, gentil, iolyf so þe iay. a1375 William of Palerne (1867) 816 Whan þe gaye gerles were in-to þe gardin come, Faire floures þei founde of fele maner hewes. c1400 (1390) Sir Gawain & Green Knight (1940) l......

[forums]details of the various Family Dog sponsored shows and events - including those at 660 The Great Highway
Posted by RBNW....new and improved! on Aug 29, 2011 12:41pm into GratefulDead
Date Venue Artists Reference Poster Artist October 16, 1965 Longshoremen's Hall, San Francisco, CA Jefferson Airplane, Charlatans, Marbles, Great Society, Russ The Moose Syracuse, Notes From The Underground FD-I – A Tribute to Dr Strange Ami Magill, Alton Kelley October 24, 1965 Longshoremen's Hall, San Francisco, CA Lovin’ Spoonful, Charlatans, Larry Hankin, Russ The Moose Syracuse FD-II – A Tribute to Sparkle Plenty Ami Magill November 6, 1965 Longshoremen's Hall, San Fran......

[forums]Re: Veneta 1972 - Greatest Dead show?
Posted by wisconsindead on Aug 27, 2011 1:22pm into GratefulDead
it would certainly be an even more epic show if Bobby didn't have to resist everyone's choice to play Morning Dew after Dark Star. I wouldn't say any show is the best ever. But if I could have only a few shows, this would likely be one of them. The dark star is unique and amazing. The china rider is a 72 great. And the GSET is legend. I just can't get over how amazing the dew would've been had they played it......

[forums]Re: Wikipedia
Posted by Dhamma1 on Aug 27, 2011 12:25pm into GratefulDead
Perhaps this will help. Poster: light into ashes Date: December 07, 2009 05:11:43am Forum: GratefulDead Subject: The Dead's Early Thematic Jams This is a short guide to the various themed jams the Dead did in their early years. I've listed a lot of them here & there before, so some of these are repeated from previous posts. But I thought it might be useful as a handy reference for others, to have all the early jams gathered together in a brief introduction. There's also a good overv......

[forums]Re: Veneta 1972 - Greatest Dead show?
Posted by dead-head_Monte on Aug 27, 2011 8:34am into GratefulDead
lol... and we have numerous "other" controversies: LL admins are deleting posts and threads about what some of the older Tapers are thinking (Bad Bob's "open letter to LL", and a subsequent follow-up thread were removed yesterday.). Imo, these discussions are important to have. The IA admins here are blowing away the best News Rooms in the 21st century, even though we have so much Corporate Media consolidation......

[forums]Yesterday's DS suggestions for KDern
Posted by Dhamma1 on Aug 25, 2011 7:27am into GratefulDead
Here are those suggestions with links, when available. I inserted my own favorites (including the Feb/March 1969 versions) and Jim Powell's top five, from his much-cited 2006 list; that entire list is down at the end. 10/12/1968 William Tell no kybds; easier to pick out the instruments http://www.archive.org/details/gd1968-10-12.sbd.gans.miller.owen.9385.shnf 12/29/1968 William Tell amazing guitar work on the OOnew, post drums transition http://www.archive.org/details/gd1968-12-29.sbd.mil......

[forums]Re: A few more newbie questions
Posted by clementinescaboose on Aug 25, 2011 12:38am into GratefulDead
Some recommended song versions w/ links Eyes of the World: 5/26/73 http://www.archive.org/details/gd1973-05-26.sbd.miller.patched.83535.flac16 10/29/73 http://www.archive.org/details/gd1973-10-29.sbd.miller.32352.sbeok.flac16 6/20/74 - Slipnot! jam http://www.archive.org/details/gd74-06-20.sbd.clugston.2179.sbeok.shnf 5/7/77 http://www.archive.org/details/gd77-05-07.sbd.eaton.wizard.26085.sbeok.shnf 8/10/82 http://www.archive.org/details/gd1982-08-10.sbd.miller.102577.flac16 Weather......

[forums]The Ives Touch
Posted by light into ashes on Aug 10, 2011 8:26pm into GratefulDead
Q: Do you have musical ideas and impulses that aren’t satisfied by the Grateful Dead? LESH: Yeah. There’s just things in heaven & earth, Horatio, that are undreamt of by the Grateful Dead. And things that are impossible for the Grateful Dead as a unit… Q: Like what? LESH: Anything with more than four chords! Ha ha – just had to slip that in… (1978) CHARLES IVES AND THE GRATEFUL DEAD Phil Lesh was a fan of Charles Ives long before he heard his music......

[forums]Re: Favorite/Greatest Performances
Posted by wisconsindead on Aug 5, 2011 1:36pm into GratefulDead
Well I'd say part of it is that 72 is so good. And that there are so many world class dews performed this year that they get compared to their peers, not years like 80 or 88. They are certainly better than any I know from other years. Having Pig and Keith on the stage adds a nice flavor to these dews that is never seen again. It, in a way, is the best of both worlds. Especially when they both play well......

[forums]Re: Favorite/Greatest Performances
Posted by midnightcarousel on Aug 5, 2011 6:16am into GratefulDead
Hey, I'm 21 too, been listening for about as long as you. Scarlet>Fire: 2/3/79 Franklin's: 8/13/75 He's Gone: Any from fall '72 or early '73 (DP 28!!!) BEW: 12/26/79 (DP5) UJB: 9/27/72 (DP11) Don't know if these are my _favorites_, they're just really strong ones that come to mind....

[forums]Re: Please Move
Posted by Moongleam on Aug 4, 2011 4:20pm into feature_films
Who would assume that Hitchcock's Dial M for Murder (1954) is public domain? Who would assume that Chinatown (1974), starring Jack Nicholson, is public domain? Both were uploaded by the same twit. We must assume that these are protected by copyright. They should be removed unless someone can prove otherwise. // IN OLD CHEYENNE // 1941 // -------------- 1969-A.txt -------------- ---- index_1969-A.txt [No matches.] -------------- 1969-B.txt -------------- ---- index_......

[forums]Re: Favorite/Greatest Performances
Posted by clementinescaboose on Aug 3, 2011 10:23pm into GratefulDead
Welcome! That's quite a list there, but I think I might try to tackle it for you. This is the kind of thing that for me can vary from month to month or even week to week, but here goes: Bertha: 10/29/77 Promised Land: 5/19/74 Scarlet>Fire: 4/24/78 Franklin's: 10/9/76 (Dick's Picks, vol. 33) Morning Dew: 6/18/74 Tennessee Jed: 3/31/73 He's Gone: 2/28/73 BIODTL: 7/19/74 Big RXR Blues: easy! 2/26/73 Blow Away: sorry don't like this song China Cat: hard, but also 5/19/74 Greatest Story: 8/27/72 Sa......

[forums]The Other One 1976-1979
Posted by light into ashes on Jul 27, 2011 11:06pm into GratefulDead
This started out as a reply to jerlouvis' post on early Other Ones, but as it got longer, I decided to make it a post of its own... The story of the Other One in its early years is a familiar one - but I don't think anyone's ever told the story of its development over the next few years. So this is meant to be an initial attempt, looking at a few examples of the most notable versions. In 1974, the Other One was already thinning out - only 8 versions, and several of those were thematic starting......

[forums]Other One- A Study in Contrast
Posted by jerlouvis on Jul 26, 2011 6:11pm into GratefulDead
Just to point out the versatility and growth/change in one of the bands bedrock improvisatory pieces,I thought I would link an extraordinary version from each year between 68'-74' with my notes.In listening to the song in this manner I feel you can get good snapshot of the development of the song and the band.What I found particularly interesting was how they could take a fairly rigidly structured song and open it up in so many different ways,using the main theme as an improvisatory tool in a wa......

[forums]Re: A huge list of B-Western in question
Posted by Moongleam on Jul 25, 2011 6:42pm into feature_films
THE KID FROM GOWER GULCH (1950) must be checked at the .gov site. Renewals found: CONFLICT, a photoplay In six reels by Universal Productions. (C) 24Nov36; LP6724. Universal Pictures Co., Inc. (PWH); 200ct64; R346791. BLACK ACES, a photoplay In six reels by Universal Pictures Co. (C) 29Jun37; LP7240. Universal Pictures Co., Inc. (PWH); WMay65. R361I76. ' BLUE MONTANA SKIES, a photoolav in six reels by Republic Productions. (C) 4May39; L8822......

[forums]1972-10-21 - The Phil Zone - A Summary of...
Posted by wisconsindead on Jul 21, 2011 3:52pm into GratefulDead
Alright, this is long so.... grab a doobie. Its essentially a play by play of a quality show, of which we only have a whacked up, dead air filled, partial recording. This thread was inspired by the recent posts I’ve seen bkidwell compose. I’ve been meaning to do the like for a long time but never got around to it. So I figured I’d start with a favorite. 1972-10-21 I’m sure many of you out there know a lil about this show......

[forums]Re: Hi Ho bkidwell
Posted by bkidwell on Jul 21, 2011 5:03am into GratefulDead
Hey there Micah, I wish I had a lot more secret knowledge of late-era hidden treasures, but apart from that almost uniquely adventurous 7/19/94 PITB I wrote the big post about, I think most of the nuggets are either already known, or are of pretty minor significance. In terms of 89, my choices are about as conventional as you can get - all four of the Dark Star shows and the NYE run, with 10/16/89 being my favorite of all......

[forums]The Grateful Dead Song Graph
Posted by light into ashes on Jul 20, 2011 1:29am into GratefulDead
“Dr. Beechwood” has created a very nice chart and accompanying essay on the Dead’s original songs, which I would like to share. Appended below is also a list compiled by “Vapors” of the various long-unplayed songs (covers and originals) that the Dead revived after Brent joined, which complements the essay well. I hope these may be of use to followers of the Dead’s ever-changing repertoire! THE GRATEFUL DEAD SONG GRAPH The Grateful Dead played hundreds of different songs during t......

[forums]Re: Desert Island Dead
Posted by rap56 on Jul 19, 2011 9:04am into GratefulDead
A State of Constant Flux...I'm in harmony with the 15 shows stacked on my MP3 player today but i would take any show over none at all. 8-27-72 Venetta OR 5-5-77 New Haven CT 9-3-77 Englishtown NJ 1-8-79 NY NY - popped my cherry show 12-11-79 KC KS 3-30-80 Passaic NJ - miss you Belushi! 3-9-81 NY NY 5/6/81 Uniondale NY 7-4-81 Manor Downs TX 4-3-82 Norfolk VA 10/9 or 10/10/82 Palo Alto CA 5-13-83 Berkeley CA 9-2-83 Boise ID 6-30-84 Indianaplois IN 6-14-85 Berkeley CA...

[forums]The Phil-harmonic finale to the Playin' symphony, an obscure mastepiece [long]
Posted by bkidwell on Jul 19, 2011 12:54am into GratefulDead
This is a post I've been waiting to make for a long time. This is about the fourth ground-up rewrite of an essay about the jam it describes. I hope if anything I've written about the musical language of the Grateful Dead has been interesting, this post provokes your interest to listen to the music it describes. In general, I think the established knowledge and reception of the band's music is quite thorough, with most of the really interesting shows and jams being pretty well known......

[forums]Re: Desert Island Dead
Posted by bkidwell on Jul 18, 2011 3:31pm into GratefulDead
In chronological order, here are my lucky 15. These are not my "15 best shows" - the 100 best shows are all from before 1976. If I was stuck on a desert island though, variety is more important than pure quality: 1. 2/14/68 2. 11/8/69 3. 5/2/70 4. 4/29/71 5. 8/27/72 6. 12/2/73 7. 6/26/74 8. 8/13/75 9. 5/4/77 10. 8/1/82 11. 6/30/85 12. 10/16/89 13. 3/29/90 14. 10/31/91 15. 10/5/94...

[forums]Desert Island Dead
Posted by scotch_glass on Jul 18, 2011 2:48pm into GratefulDead
Blair Jackson's latest blog post inspired this thread.... http://www.dead.net/features/blairs-golden-road-blog/blair-s-golden-road-blog-desert-island-dead ...while I'm sure this has been discussed in this forum before, I thought now it would be a good time for people to remember what this forum is about and start talking about what brought us here and now what drama has developed from internet bickering and name calling......

[forums]Re: Dark Star in 1970
Posted by bkidwell on Jul 12, 2011 5:19pm into GratefulDead
Thanks for sharing some of your detailed listening notes. I'm listening to 10/11/70 now, I hadn't previously taken the time to listen through it - like you, I try to focus on the performance not the sound quality, but some tapes are still challenging. I agree that the 1970 Dark Stars are not as exploratory in a sense as the 69 or 72 performances, but I think they have a lot to recommend them, still......

[forums]Re: best transitions
Posted by BVD on Jul 9, 2011 7:36pm into GratefulDead
Hey try this one on 9/27/72 Dark Star>Cumberland Blues from the beautiful Stanley Theatre in Jersey City. (Dicks Picks 11)...

[forums]Re: and another list of movies in question
Posted by Moongleam on Jun 29, 2011 4:18pm into feature_films
British films may be copyrighted even if no renewal is found in the U.S. // JUST IMAGINE // 1930 // -------------- 1958-A.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1958-B.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1957-A.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1957-B.txt -------------- 0.000 JUST IMAGINE, a photoplay in twelve reels by Fox Film Corp. (C) 170ct30; LI696......

[forums]Re: Copyright Status of Tex Avery Cartoons
Posted by billbarstad on Jun 20, 2011 9:33am into feature_films
Not finished yet...so many...Here's what I have so far: BLITZ WOLF, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew's. © llSep42; LII612. Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); llSep69; R468371. ============================================== THE EARLY BIRD DOOD IT, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew's. © l6Sep42; L11642. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 17Sep69; R468896. ============================================== DUMB-HOUNDED, a photoplay in 1 reel by Loew's......

[forums]Re: a few movies in question ...
Posted by Moongleam on Jun 20, 2011 7:17am into feature_films
"Brainsnatcher" is already here; the actual title is "The Man Who Changed His Mind". "The Secret Fury" (1950) must be checked at the .gov site. ****************************** ****************************** ** HOT SATURDAY ** 1932 ** ****************************** ****************************** -------------- 1960-A.txt -------------- 0.000 HOT SATURDAY, a photoplay In eight reels by Paramount Publlx Corp......

[forums]Re: TDIH from 1991, Any Takers?
Posted by skuzzlebutt on Jun 18, 2011 1:13pm into GratefulDead
I don't see why. The opened shows with "Morning Dew" before (9/27/72 being just one example) and it seems to have worked. It certainly would have shaken things up a bit, and therefore worth a try in my opinion. ...

[forums]The REAL Stanley Cup
Posted by AltheaRose on Jun 8, 2011 9:05pm into GratefulDead
For all you folks who are so inexplicably interested in something involving a cup named Stanley, here are the competitors for the REAL Stanley Cup: Pittsburgh vs New Jersey! On the Pittsburgh team, we have: 2/7/69 (early and late); 11/30 and 12/1/79; 3/5 and 3/6/81. Plus on 2/7/69 you’d have gotten the Velvet Underground as opening act, according to one reviewer. On the New Jersey team, we have: 9/26, 27 and 28/72......

[forums]Re: A few movies in question
Posted by Moongleam on May 28, 2011 4:50am into feature_films
DALLAS (1950) must be checked at the .gov site. ************************* ************************* ** MOROCCO ** 1930 ** ************************* ************************* -------------- 1958-A.txt -------------- 0.000 MOROCCO, a photoplay in twelve x-eels by Paramount Publlx Corp. (C) 5Deo30{ L1793. Paramount Pic- tures Corp. (PWH); 27Jan58; R207509. -------------- 1958-B.txt -------------- [No matches.] -------------- 1957-A.txt -------------- [No matches.] ......

[forums]Re: Old Faithful
Posted by clementinescaboose on May 25, 2011 2:44pm into GratefulDead
1/23/68 10/12/68 2/7/69 5/31/69 8/27/72 2/15/73 5/19/74 7/19/74 8/13/75 5/9/77 7/8/78 to name a few... ...

[forums]Re: Old Faithful
Posted by BVD on May 25, 2011 6:59am into GratefulDead
9/27/72...Stanley Theatre...

[forums]Playin: the Post-Retirement Years [long]
Posted by bkidwell on May 19, 2011 4:52am into GratefulDead
[This post is an attempt to distill several years of listening notes on hundreds of versions of Playing in the Band into a historical survey of notable PITB jams in the post-retirement years. A lot of these facts and material were learned by reading posts here in the forum by LIA and others, I hope no one minds my repeating them, searches for "favorite playin" and "best playin" and similar will turn up a lot of my sources.] Playing in the Band is the big jam tune that never ossified into a stab......

[forums]Re: 1972 - Europe vs. July through December?
Posted by elbow1126 on May 18, 2011 8:01pm into GratefulDead
Wall Street, Bin Ladin, Micah6v8....yeah a lot has changed for sure ;-). No way i would give that show 3 stars as discussed the other day. However you have to admit that the Bird Song from 8-27 or 9-21 would be a welcomed addition to any show from Europe. btw for those that think E72 was bright and sunny, my 8 year old daughter once described the Dark Star from 4-24 as "it sounds like someone is gargling." I had no argument to respond to this......

[forums]1972 - Europe vs. July through December?
Posted by Cliff Hucker on May 18, 2011 3:12pm into GratefulDead
deadhead53 posed an excellent question below. One which I have been pondering myself recently. Do the performances of the Europe tour represent the best music of 1972? Or are the shows from the second half of the year better? Personally, I much prefer the Europe shows. Although I'm a bit reluctant to say that the European performances are superior, I do believe that the Europe '72 music has an aesthetic beauty and pleasant vibe that are unique to the tour......

[forums]Re: Are there any more Cisco Kid episodes in the PD?
Posted by adamelijah on May 13, 2011 6:09am into classic_tv
Here are the list of episodes that were renewed. If it's not on this list, you can upload: Lodestone. By Ziv Television Programs, Inc. RE0000068050 1952 [ 2 ] Cisco Kid, 1053A-55B Puppeteer. By Ziv Television Programs, Inc. RE0000068038 1952 [ 3 ] Cisco Kid, 1054A-57B Monkey business. By Ziv Television Programs, Inc. RE0000068040 1952 [ 4 ] Cisco Kid, 1055A-59B Pancho and the pachyderm......

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